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Women’s Philanthropy Fall Event

  

Featuring Nancy Spielberg | Businesswoman | Film Producer | Philanthropist

All women welcome! No minimum gift required. You will have the opportunity to make a gift to the 2018 Integrated Community Campaign.

Dietary laws observed | Please RSVP by September 5

Registration 6:15 pm | Program 7-9 pm

Event co-chairs: Vicki Benjamin, Stephanie Covall, Vanessa Frank, Karen Senft, and Rebekah Wasserman

Nancy Spielberg is an accomplished businesswoman, producer, fundraiser and philanthropist. Currently, she is executive-producing Who Will Write Our History with director Roberta Grossman. Ms. Spielberg has also executive-produced On the Map with director Dani Menkin and produced documentary feature Above and Beyond, being developed as a narrative feature film. She served as consultant on the Oscar-winning documentary Chernobyl Heart. Ms. Spielberg executive-produced Elusive Justice: The Search for Nazi War Criminals, which aired nationally on PBS as well as Mimi and Dona, which was chosen as one of the best TV shows of 2015 by the New York Times. Additionally, she produced a project for the Israeli government, Celebrities Salute Israel’s 60th, which was featured in Times Square on the NASDAQ
screens for one month. Ms. Spielberg grew up surrounded by the film industry, where she worked on her brother Stephen’s early films. She attended Arizona State University and UCLA and, after moving to New York, studied film at Sarah Lawrence College and The New School in New York. She is the founder or co-founder of several charities including “A Bid for Charity,” “Children of Chernobyl”, “Project Sunshine”, and the American branch of The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance.

 

Thank you to our sponsors:

Kroger
Register

WHEN

September 14
6:15 pm - 9:00 pm

WHERE

Intercontinental Buckhead
3315 Peachtree Rd
Atlanta, GA 30326 United States


CONTACT

Dakota Penza
678-222-3702
dpenza@jewishatlanta.org

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